CCL Slovenia: Conversations with Participants

Following our second Creative Climate Leadership course which took place between 8th-14th October 2017 in Slovenia, with Slovenian-based sustainable development and training NGO PiNA, hear some insights straight from the participating artists and creative professionals. As they engaged with the course on the Slovenian coast, ten of our inspiring participants shared their experiences of the the course, what they enjoyed most, and the ways in which they have been energised to integrate sustainability with creative practices in their future work.

I enjoyed that we had the opportunity… [to] just [go] through our contexts and really [see] the climate justice debate that is going on. How does it fit into our context? Where do we start from? And how do we build it up? – Lucina Machanzi, Culture Fund Zimbabwe

Watch their vlogs here. To find out more about the participants, read their biographies here, and view their work and progress online via #ccleaders.


Dijana Rakovic

Project Manager

Counterpoint Arts

 

We’ve had a whole range of really thought-provoking, helpful, interesting, creative tools and initiatives and examples and case studies which really helped me…and other delegates here… move on how they are thinking about implementing some of the sustainability structures and practices into their work. – Dijana Rakovic, Counterpoint Arts

 

Anthony Roberts

Director

Colchester Arts Centre

 

Daniel de la Motte-Harrison

Taking Part Assistant and Sustainability Champion

Young Vic

 

Kim Lisson

Leadership Consultant and Coach

Karrak Consulting

 

It can be difficult to sustain [motivation]. So being among like-minded people has really helped to bolster that… It can be pretty solitary finding kindred spirits in your own local environment, so having an international network of people along that same journey is vital. – Kim Lisson, Karrak Consulting

 

Marta Garcia Haro

Network Manager

Spanish Sustainable Solutions Network (SDSN-Spain)

 

Julia Earley

 

Creative Climate Leadership has given me some really great tools for a kind of leadership that is not top-down, but that’s really collaborative. – Julia Earley

 

Elisa Hernandez de Pablo

Educator, Technical Expert and Project Manager

 

Lucy Davies

Executive Producer

Royal Court

 

Lucina Machanzi

Gender and Climate Change Project Coordinator

Culture Fund Zimbabwe

 

Toby Peach

Theatre Maker, Writer and Director

 


Creative Climate Leadership Co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

Creative Climate Leadership is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

The project is coordinated by Julie’s Bicycle (UK). Project partners are: PiNA (Slovenia), On the Move (Belgium), COAL (France), Ars Baltica (Germany), Krug (Montenegro), and EXIT Foundation (Serbia). For more information, visit www.creativeclimateleadership.com.